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Roget
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      10-20-2007
Hi all. I'm, stumped. After the last update (not the IE 7.x update) from
Microsoft, I am unable to open 'most' *.jpg files downloaded from the
internet without a hassle. I receive an Open File- Security Warning box
(example attached) that does give me the opportunity of never having to see
it again for that file only. Any ideas on eliminating that extra step?
And, where the heck does Windows store the 'attribute' that lets you open
the files you unclicked the 'always ask...' box? Certainly not in the file
iteself, I've doen bit comps before and after.
Anyway, thanks for your efforts.
Roget


 
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samuel
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      10-20-2007
"Roget" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in
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> Hi all. I'm, stumped. After the last update (not the IE 7.x
> update) from Microsoft, I am unable to open 'most' *.jpg files
> downloaded from the internet without a hassle. I receive an
> Open File- Security Warning box (example attached)



thanks to news server who didn't send attachment

> that does
> give me the opportunity of never having to see it again for
> that file only. Any ideas on eliminating that extra step?
> And, where the heck does Windows store the 'attribute' that
> lets you open the files you unclicked the 'always ask...' box?
> Certainly not in the file iteself, I've doen bit comps before
> and after. Anyway, thanks for your efforts.
> Roget


did you read help file ?

do you own domain: nowhere.com ?
 
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